Kaitlyn Lawes and Kate Cameron have 6-0 records and share top spot in the Championship Round at the 2024 Provincial Scotties Tournament of Hearts at the Access Event Centre in Morden. Beth Peterson and Jolene Campbell are next at 4-2 while Kristy Watling and Zoe Terrick are 3-3. The top three teams advance to the playoffs.

The Steinbach Pistons 11-game win streak came to an end Friday night in Winkler. Ile des Chenes Brody Beauchemin scored twice as the Winkler Flyers shaded Steinbach 3-2. Noah Szabo and Leo Chambers scored late in the third period for the Pistons who trailed 3-0 with just under four minutes left. Niverville fell 3-1 to Selkirk. Kaycee Coyle had the lone goal for the Nighthawks.

The Springfield Xtreme and Red River Mudbugs were winners in the Hanover Tache Junior Hockey League. Kai Orchard and Sam Sass each had a goal and two assists as the Xtreme downed the Macdonald Swarm 5-3. Andy Boger scored twice as the Mudbugs beat the Niverville Clippers 5-2.

Brady Gregoire had three goals and an assist as the St. Malo Warriors downed the Arborg Ice Dawgs 6-3. Beausejour shutdown the defending Capital Region Junior Hockey League champion Selkirk Fishermen 4-0. Aidan Avanthay had a hat trick for the Comets and Dylan Liske stopped all 51 shots he faced.

The Eastman Selects dropped a 6-2 decision to the Winnipeg Thrashers at the Gateway Arena. Calyb Moore and Cameron Sylvester did the goal scoring for the Selects.

Steinbach Regional fell 4-1 to the Vincent Massey Trojans. Peyton Froese had the lone goal for the Sabres who have lost five in a row and have a 9-13 record in the Winnipeg High School Hockey League's Platinum Promotions Division. 

The Brandon Wheat Kings opened their three-game Alberta road trip with an 8-0 loss to Calgary. The Hitmen led 4-0 and 5-0 at the period breaks.

Natalie Spooner scored both goals and Brandon’s Kristen Campbell made 19 saves in recording the shutout as Toronto blanked New York 2-0 in the lone Professional Women’s Hockey League game. Ste. Anne’s Jocelyne Larocque assisted on Spooner’s second goal of the game 13:14 into the third period. Elm Creek’s Corinne Schroeder stopped 28 shots in net for New York.